Why should I have my feet checked?

Click the video below to learn more about foot health and falls with Nymbl’s Dr. Estrada

Nymbl is committed to helping you achieve your best health, free from falling. This week, we’re discussing foot health and your balance.

As you age, your feet change and become less flexible. This may be the result of many things, such as arthritis, calluses, diabetes, and more. Because your feet are the first line of defense between you and the ground, any changes that happen to your body may also cause a change in your balance. To help reduce your risk of falling, it’s important to check your feet regularly and schedule annual exams with your medical professional. 

In addition to taking good care of your feet, a consistent and effective way to help improve your balance is with daily balance training. This is where Nymbl can help. Nymbl is a scientifically-proven¹ approach to fall prevention that makes balance training both fun and effective by combining simple body movements with brain games to challenge your body and mind at the same time. Nymbl is fully covered by your health plan and is available at no additional cost to you.

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Nymbl’s technology is intended to improve balance, strength and coordination, and to help individuals who have experienced, or are at risk for, weakness or loss of balance or mobility. It is important to work with a medical professional if you notice that you are developing weakness, mobility or balance problems, as this can indicate a serious medical condition. Nymbl is not intended to be a substitute for professional medical advice, diagnosis or treatment. The information provided by Nymbl is for general purposes, and is not intended to constitute medical advice. You are encouraged to confirm any information provided by Nymbl with other sources and your healthcare provider. If you think you may have a medical emergency during use of the program, call your doctor or emergency medical phone number immediately.